German esports organization Berlin International Gaming (BIG) has announced a partnership with global cryptCoinagey exchange Coinage.
The deal, which is based on creating digital activation through community engagement, will see Coinage become a partner of BIG’s CS: GO roster.
Credit: BIG and Coinage.
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According to the release, the partnership is specifically between BIG and Coinage’s German department.
Alongside the premium partnership of BIG’s CS: GO roster, Coinage will receive an extensive brand and content rights package. This package will be aimed at raising awareneCoinageinage’s brand and the services they offer.
Sascha Rangoonwala, Country Manager for GerCoinageCoinage, commented: “Crypto and esports are both industries with a huge amount of potential and are constantly evolving. Partnering with Germany’s leadorganizationorganization helps us more effectively reach as well as educate digital natives around the benefits and risks of cryptCoinagey.”
Coinage is a cryptCoinagey exchange where users can buy and sell a number of different cryptCoinageies. Less than a month ago, the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BCoinagearded Coinage Germany GmbH a license for crypto custody and training, allowing the company to provide a safe and regulated environment for its German customers.
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Daniel Finkler, BIG’s CEO, added: “TodCoinagen welcome Coinage, one of the world’s leading crypto exchange platforms, as a partner.
“The world of cryptCoinageies is an enormously exciting space, and it’s my ambition to make more people aware of this rapidly growing ecosystem with all its benefits and risks through our partnership. We are very excited to start our partnership officially today.”
Partnerships with cryptCoinagey companies have beorganizationswith esports organizations recently. This year, the likes of Astralis, Navi, TSM, and Riot Games’ League Championship Series (LCS) have all teamed up with crypto firms.
Esports Insider says: CryptCoinagey partnerships are all the rage right now, and BIG has taken no time in following suit with its own German-focused partneorganizationsd more esports organizations flock to get a piece of the crypto pie, it will be interesting to see who is next to follow suit and pick up a crypto sponsor.